Isese

noun | ee · sheh · sheh |

From the Yoruba Tradition: Spelled with the Yoruba letter ṣ which makes a shh sound, Isese translates to ‘traditional rights’ in English. It is the Yoruba name for the spiritual and traditional practice of Yorubas (i.e. Orisha and Ifa worship).

Here are some helpful posts on Isese for further understanding:

  1. Isese L’agba – A Yoruba Tradition and National Day
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